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11 2023-07-08 The 4th Anniversary Memorial of Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang(楊緒東), Founder of The Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 91
12 2023-07-05 Holy Mountain Memorial - Family of Dr. Yang, Hsu-Tung(楊緒東) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 137
13 2023-06-03 Prof. Lee, Shiao-fong's(李筱峰) "An Introduction To Taiwan History From 500 Pictures" New Book Released Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 145
14 2023-06-03 4-Square(四方) Hospital Special Exhibition - Dr. Si Kang-lâm(施江南), 228 Victims Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 143
15 2023-05-27 Lecture Series: History of Taiwan & I - Lee, Shiao-fong(李筱峰) & Yang, Szu-pang(楊斯棓) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 144
16 2023-05-27 Why Can Taiwan Move Towards A Civilized Society, But China Cannot? Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 134
17 2023-04-23 Koo, Kwang-ming(辜寬敏) Memorial Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 140
18 2023-03-25 Lin, Cheng-Chih(林承志) Site(遺址) New Book Sharing Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 140
19 2023-03-14 Taiwanese Poet, Prosecutor Ông Io̍k-lîm(王育霖) Memorial - Keynote Speech: Turn Grief Into Strength(Hòa Pi-hùn Ûi Le̍k-liōng) by Ông Khek-hiông phok-sū(王克雄博士) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 137
20 2023-03-11 2023 Freedom Road Art Festival - Sadness of Atayal Hero: The First Aboriginal Politician, Losing Watan Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 91
 
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Newsflash


U.S. Senator Robert Menendez, a Democrat from New Jersey and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, speaks during a hearing in Washington, April 26, 2022.
Photo: Reuters

 

A bill described by its sponsors as “the most comprehensive restructuring of US policy toward Taiwan since the Taiwan Relations Act of 1979,” was expected to receive bipartisan support at a committee hearing yesterday, one of its initiators said on Tuesday.

“I think we will have a strong bipartisan vote tomorrow that we’re working on,” US Senator Bob Menendez said a day before the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, which Menendez chairs, was to mark up the draft Taiwan policy act (TPA).